I assume your Ithaca is a common grade, such as field or 1. 1916 was the middle of the flues-double era and one in VG to excellent shape would be worth about $600. Your is probably worth $150-$300 depending on the details such as the extent of the pitting and wood damage, tightnessand fit of the action, grade of the gun, whether it's all original and whether has any factory options such as single trigger or ejectors. If the shotgun has any sentimental significance to you, you might want to just keep it. I've sold a few old guns because they were in rough shape and I'd pay twice the price to get them back now. Finally, be very careful if you fire your old Ithaca -- modern smokeless powder and powerful loads can rupture the barrels and injure or kill the user. As with any firearm, please keep under lock & key and out of reach of children. Good luck, Pem Pem, Thanks for your response. I believe this to be a field grade gun. Some additional info: The barrel pitting is on the exterior of the barrels and is minor. The bores are clean with no pitting. Both barrels are stamped "Smokeless Powder Steel". The receiver/action is tight. The wood has some scratches and mars but no chips or cracks. The gun has double triggers. The receiver has engraved on both sides a dog on point between two bushes. Thanks again for your response. Hans
The serial number that you provided indicates that you have a Ithaca Flues model double barrel shotgun that was made in the year 1925.I would have your shotgun appraised by someone who specializes in these shotguns because there are to many variables that would indicate a accurate price for your shotgun.
With the serial number that you provided,your Ithaca double barrel shotgun with the damascus barrels was produced in the year 1900.
Its an Ithaca Flues model made in 1921
If that is an old double barrel "New Ithaca Double" it was made in 1926.
Blue Book of Gun Values will help.
It sounds to me that you have a Ithaca Flues model double barrel shotgun.With the serial number that you provided,your shotgun was made by Ithaca in 1917.
It sounds as if you have a Ithaca Crass model shotgun,that was produced in the year 1903 by your serial number.
The exact value of a 1909 Ithaca double barrel shotgun stagecoach model would actually be dependent upon a number of factors. The most important factor that would be considered is the condition of the shotgun.
what is the value of 12 gauge skb double barrel ithaca 1900 model
I have a 20ga Ithaca double barrel hammerliss shotgun has dogs on the action, serial number 249015 is about 85% condition, what is the age and value?
Around July of 1925
it is worth about 400 dollars
The value of a 16 gauge double barrel Ithaca shotgun with the serial number 461934 is determined by its condition. This gun in excellent condition is valued at 325.00 as of 2014.
You have an Ithaca NID model made in 1927, can not provide value without additional information provided to you on the watertable and barrel flats
Your serial number and description indicates that you have a Ithaca Baker model shotgun,which was made in either 1885,or 1886.The value cannot be determined unless you provide a more detailed description of the shotguns overall condition,to include the amount of original finish remaining on the wood and metal,the bores overall condition(any pitting,or rust) barrel length,etc.
solid rib on barrel
A few hundred to a few thousand.
It is only worth what the person buys it for...
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You have a Ithaca Flues model made in 1922 Can not provide additional info without knowing condition and grade of shotgun. 200.00 - 4000.00
With the serial number that you provided,your Ithaca double barrel shotgun is a Flues Model shotgun that was produced in the year 1925.As to the value,that would be difficult to determine with Ithaca making many different Grades of the Flues model shotgun,along with many different special order features that could be ordered.I would have someone that is experienced with double barrel shotguns appraise your firearm.